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## Polarization of light

### POLARIZATION. By Carla, Pascal & Max

POLARIZATION By Carla, Pascal & Max The discovery by MALUS 1808 by ÉTIENNE LOUIS MALUS discovered Looking through a calcite at the sun's rays reflected on a window, by turning it

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### PO birefringence and elliptically polarized light

PO birefringence and elliptically polarized light Block practical autumn 27 (group 2b) October 24th 27 Contents 1 Basics 2 1.1 Polarization ........................... ....... 2 1.2 Refraction ...................................

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### 5.9.301 Brewster's angle ******

5.9.301 ****** 1 Motivation This experiment shows that linearly polarized light, which falls at the Brewster angle on a flat surface of a transparent dielectric, only then reflects

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### Grating manufacture and polarization

Experiment 1: Lattice production and polarization In this experiment we want to investigate how one can create god structures by superimposing two plane waves. The second part is visibility

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### Experimental Physics Exercises 3

Exercises in Experimental Physics 3 Prof. Dr. L. Oberau winter semester 2010/2011 11th exercise sheet - January 17th, 2011 sample solution Franziska Konitzer ([email protected]) Exercise 1 () (7 points) a)

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### E-10, E-20 and polarizing filters

1. Task E-10, E-20 and polarizing filters Klaus Schräder January 2002 Polarizing filters and UV blocking filters are among the most commonly used filters in photography. It is often advised to do this with digital cameras

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### Refraction of light on lenses

Converging lenses Refraction of light on lenses If a parallel bundle of light falls on a converging lens, the light rays are refracted in such a way that they pass through a focal point of the lens. The distance between

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### Wave optics II polarization

Phsik A VL41 (31.01.2013) Polarization Polarization Types of polarization Polarizers Polarization through scattering and reflection Polarization and birefringence Optical activity 1 Polarization Types of polarization

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### Optics Contact Lenses Instruments Photo

As of 04/09/2015 Page 1 UV filter The ultraviolet rays are short-wave, electromagnetic rays that produce scattering. It is precisely these scattered lights that are absorbed with a UV filter.

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### 1 excitation of surface waves (30 points)

1 Excitation of surface waves (30 points) A plane p-polarized wave with frequency ω and amplitude E 0 strikes from a dielectric medium 1 with permittivity ε 1 on an interface that is with

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### If you roll exactly 10 times a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, the number is equal to. of the various orders in which this can be done 60 !.

040304 Exercise 9a Analysis, Section 4, Slide 8 The probability that an event A (with probability p p (A)) for an arbitrary number if a random experiment is carried out n times

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### Instructions on how to use signs

Instructions on how to use signs - Foreword - Where can you get signs? -Where and how do you save the signs? -How do I add the signs to my track? -Which components can be used for signs

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### PHYSICAL SCHOOL EXPERIMENTAL INTERNSHIP

PHYSICAL SCHOOL EXPERIMENTAL INTERNSHIP WS 2000/2001 Protocol on WAVE OPTICS Petra Rauecker 9855238 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Basics of polarization page 3 2. Experiments on polarization page 5

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### Lecture 2: Coherence OF JANIK AND JONAS

Lecture 2: Coherence BY JANIK AND JONAS Lecture 2: Coherence Content: Coherence in general Coherence length Coherence conditions Temporal coherence Spatial coherence MICHELSON interferometer for verification

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### Experience with Hartz IV recipients

Experiences with Hartz IV recipients. Selected results of a survey of companies in the catering, care and handicraft sectors. Press conference of the Federal Employment Agency on November 12th

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### Instrument optics. microscope

Instrument Optics Microscope Commercial and Industrial Vocational School Bern Opticians The mechanical structure The individual mechanical components of a microscope and their names

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### 2.1 Presenting for what?

2.1 Presenting for what? Good ideas rarely sell on their own. Today more than ever it is necessary to present oneself and one's services, products etc. well, i. H.

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### 5.8.8 Michelson interferometer ******

5.8.8 ****** Motiation On is operated with laser or incandescent lamp light. By moving one of the two mirrors, intensity maxima are observed. Experiment S 0 L S S G Figure: top view

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1 task: absorption of laser radiation material n R ni glass 1.5 0.0 aluminum (300 K) 25.3 90.0 aluminum (730 K) 36.2 48.0 aluminum (930 K) 33.5 41.9 Copper 11.0 50.0 Gold 12.0 54.7 Structural steel (570

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### Definition and terms

Leaflet: The triangle Definition and terms The triangle is a polygon. In the plane it is the simplest figure, bounded by straight lines. Corners: Every triangle has three corners, mostly

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### Electrical resistance

In this experiment you should repeat and apply the basic concepts and fundamentals of electricity. You will get to know different methods of measuring ohmic resistance, yours

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### Sample solutions for linear algebra II sheet 5

Sample solutions for linear algebra II sheet 5 exercise. Consider the matrix A: = over the body R and over the body F and determine the Jordan normal form in each case. Proof. The characteristic

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### Professional seminars in the field of MS Office

The name AREA.MOVE () is a little unfortunate. You can move areas with the function, but you can also reduce or enlarge areas. It would be better to function

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### Polarization and birefringence

Advanced internship at the Technical University of Darmstadt Supervisor: Dr. Mathias Sinther Implementation: July 6th, 2009 Submission: July 28th, 2009 Experiment A 3.3 Polarization and birefringence Oliver Bitterling

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### 1. Theory: capacitor:

1. Theory: The task of today's experiment was to determine the characteristic size of a capacitor (capacitance C) and a coil (inductance L) by using an oscilloscope to determine the voltage and

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Quadratic equations Exercise: Try to find a solution to the following number puzzles: If you double the square of a number and add it, you get 00 ..) If you add to the square of a number

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### GEVITAS color reaction test

GEVITAS color reaction test GEVITAS color reaction test Contents 1. General ... 1 2. How the tests work ... 2 3. The rest button and the release button ... 2 4. Starting the main menu app ... 3 5. Selection

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### Procedure for direct debit

Procedure for direct debit The necessary settings in the ControlCenter are required for this. There you will find under point 29 the option of up to three banks for the direct debit procedure

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### 4. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TABLES

4. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TABLES Relationships can exist between tables in MS Access. By using tables that are related to one another, you can achieve: The size

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### What is the budget for work?

1 What is the budget for work? The budget for work is personal money for work if you want to work but no longer in a workshop. So far, this is only available in Lower Saxony. And in

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### Numbers at a glance

Numbers at a glance It is not without reason that they say: a picture is worth a thousand words. Most people take in information more quickly and are more likely to retain it when presented as a graph.

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### We are making new politics for Baden-Württemberg

We're making new politics for Baden-Württemberg On March 27, 2011, the people of Baden-Württemberg voted. They wanted a different policy than before. The people have the GREEN and the SPD in

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### Internship I BL focal length of lenses

Internship I BL Focal length of lenses Hanno Rein, Florian Jessen Supervisor: Gunnar Ritt January 5, 2004 Motivation Lenses play a major role in our everyday lives. We wouldn't be without them

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### 2.8 Interface effects

- 86-2.8 Interface effects 2.8.1 Surface tension Special effects occur at interfaces which cannot be observed in the volume. The molecular basis for this are cohesive forces, i.e.

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### Simulation LIF5000. illustration 1

Simulation LIF5000 Figure 1 I use Ltspice / SwitcherCAD III to simulate analog circuits. This program is very powerful and if you know how, you can do almost anything with it

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### Decipher characters in numbers

Deciphering characters in numbers In this chapter ... Using the number line Absolutely correct determination of absolute values ​​Operations on signed numbers: Adding, subtracting, multiplying

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### Media part III. Terms, definitions, exercises

Media part III. Terms, definitions, exercises Chapter 1 (intermedia comparison: affinity) 1 Affinity assessment as a means of intermedia comparison In order to determine the accuracy of an advertising medium,

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### 3.2 Reflections on two mirrors

3 See the theory of the mirror book 45 when the person is facing us. Because then she made a rotation around the vertical axis and swapped left and right. 3.2 reflections

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### Chapter 13: Alkalis and Neutralization

Chapter 13: Alkalis and Neutralization Alkali metals are sodium, potassium, lithium (and rubidium, cesium and francium). - What special properties do the elements sodium, potassium and lithium have?

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### 1.1 Resolving power of spectral apparatus

Physics internship for beginners - part of the optics group. Resolving power of spectral apparatus Introduction - Motivation The investigation of the light emission or light absorption of molecules and atoms

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